Practice Areas


At Sweatman Law Firm, we are dedicated to providing high-quality legal solutions to individuals, families, businesses and charitable organizations. Our extensive experience enables us to quickly identify key legal and practical issues in any matter, and to develop a strategy to help our clients achieve their goals.

Wills, Trusts and Estate Law

Alternative Dispute Resolution

  • Mediation services
  • Arbitration


  • Agreements with donors
  • Legal and ethical issues with fundraising, fundraising contracts, major gifts and planned giving
  • Bequest management
  • Defending and administering charitable bequests
  • Crisis management
  • Risk management and informal legal audits
  • Educational programs for boards, staff and volunteers on legal and ethical issues

Real Estate Law

  • Facilitating the purchase and sale of residential property
  • Condominium transactions
  • Mortgage refinancing
  • Lease agreements

Estate Planning, Administration and Litigation Lawyers Offer Custom Solutions

When you come to Sweatman Law Firm to discuss your matter of concern, you will speak with a lawyer who cares deeply about you and your family. We will listen closely as you discuss your legal issue. Then our estate law lawyers will craft a solution that enables you to achieve your goals, as quickly and efficiently as possible. You will have confidence, knowing that an experienced team of advisers and advocates is working hard for you.

Contact Our Lawyers Focused On Serving Oakville, Milton, Georgetown and Surrounding Areas

To learn more about our professional services and how we can help you, contact Sweatman Law Firm at our Oakville, Milton or Georgetown office.

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